Exhibitions / Congresses

Last Mile ASEAN

Thailand, Bangkok - September 26 - 27, 2019
3rd annual Last Mile ASEAN- Conference & Expo (LMA), powered by E-Commerce Logistics Show will take place on 20 and 21 September 2018 at BITEC in Bangkok. Last Mile ASEAN (www.LastMileAsean.com) is a platform to give voice to intricate matters of Delivery and Fulfillment Logistics covering supply Chain, operations, e-commerce, logistics, post and parcel for multichannel retail industry. The event will focus on how retailers and pure-players can transform their e-commerce operations to respond to the market growth and reach their customers as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible. It also aims at creating better understanding of the last mile fragment's opportunities & challenges in running cross border last mile delivery business.
The event will immerse you in 2 days of inspiration, learning and networking with over 400 industry experts from leading e-Commerce, retail, postal operators, courier & express companies and fulfillment & logistics companies to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale.
Date(s)
September 26 - 27, 2019
Venue
BITEC
Contact for booking / more info
Nidhi Singh: send an email
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